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There are two types of course reserves: print reserves and electronic reserves. If a print item is on reserve, it will be available at the circulation desk of the library where the book is located. These items are included in KentLINK unless they are instructors' personal copies. Whether or not the items are owned by the library or the instructor, you can look them up by the instructor's name or the course name or number at http://kentlink.kent.edu:2082/search/p.
Items on electronic reserve can be accessed at http://reserves.library.kent.edu/eres/default.aspx. You can search by course, department, instructor, title, or author. You will need the password that should have been provided by your instructor. VPN is required for some of the materials on electronic reserve, so you should activate VPN before using the system. Instructions are available at http://www.kent.edu/library/services/offcampus.cfm.
The main course reserves page is at http://www.kent.edu/library/about/depts/reserves/index.cfm.